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London, Bank of England, currency exchange

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Have any fodorites been to the Bank of England to exchange currency? I know the bank has a museum and I've visited the museum some years ago. My local bank has some old notes and I am wondering if there is anything to see in the Bank of England's buliding when exchanging notes and if the process is quick and easy. I don't need to purchase the old notes from my local bank and would only do so if exchanging the notes is quick and easy and if have I have a chance to see the interior of the grand old building. If not, I'll just wait until I arrive to use the ATM.

Any advice will be appreciated.

Thanks.

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